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Sunday, November 14, 2010

My new helpers

This week we got two new family members...meet Sasha and Biscuit.



They are 9 week old Golden Retrievers (brother and sister) who came from a farm and are accustom to being outside. They are a great fit because we are a family that spends much of our time pursuing activities outdoors. They spent a lot of time this weekend in the garden assisting me with all the fall cleanup.

picking up sticks...



weeding...



mulching...



Checking the rain gauge...



keeping the other helpers in line...



And after a hard days work they were just worn out (like the rest of us)...

8 comments:

  1. They are SO precious! I love goldens.

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  2. very cute! I am sure they will be great garden helpers

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  3. Karen, you made my morning. What little darlings. Hope with two of them, the chewing is at a minimum, plants and furniture. I had two dogs, an Akita and a Samoyed, six moths apart. They did not chew a thing inside, but my Akita had my rhododendron for dinner one day. I was left with a small stub. Branches were everywhere.

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  4. The pups are too cute for words! So adorable and such great helpers doing all that mulching and weeding. It makes me want a new puppy- could we have "Four dogs in a garden"- maybe not- my husband will divorce me!!

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  5. Cute, cute! And i bet they can dig planting holes for you, too!

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  6. They are so adorable! I can look at their photos over and over. I can't wait to meet them.

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  7. The puppies are so cute! I have five dogs I've brought home from the no-kill shelter I volunteer at but none came home as puppies. Now I want a puppy! I'm sure they'll make great hole diggers this spring!

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  8. They are so adorable! I have two geriatric goldens and love them so much. Once I fostered golden pups. What sweet little dogs they are. Your two are beautiful!

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